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barrel proof

Steal a taste the same way John E.
Fitzgerald once did: uncut & straight
from the barrel.
This is the first Wheated Bourbon
to ever be named Whisky
Advocate's “Whisky of the Year.”

Wheaters have achieved

rock star status

- David Fleming

Whiskey experts are getting taken with the
taste of Larceny Barrel Proof.

Get your hands on a bottle.

Bourbon Trophy

International Wine and Spirits
Competition, 2022

98 Points, Gold,
Outstanding Award

International Wine and Spirits
Competition, 2022

95 Points, Finalist, Great
Value Top 100 Spirits Award

Ultimate Spirits Challenge, 2021

94 Points

Tasting Panel Magazine,

Double Gold, Best
Bourbon Award

John Barleycorn,

93 Points, Whisky
of the Year

Whisky Advocate,

93 Points

Ultimate Spirits Challenge,

Gold, Consumers' Choice Award

SIP Awards,

Double Gold

San Francisco World Spirits
Competition, 2020


International Spirits
Challenge, 2020

Gold, 94 Points

Beverage Testing Institute,

Double Gold

San Francisco World Spirits
Competition, 2019



Dark sepia


Toasted bread, with maple
and cinnamon


Rich molasses coats the
tongue, with notes of fig
and hazelnut


Nuanced flavor fades into
lingering warmth

the key to barrel proof

No two Bourbon barrels age exactly
the same—which is
why every release
of Larceny Barrel Proof has its own

distinct flavor & proof point.

To unlock the details of your bottle,

check the batch number
on the label.

Barrel proof label

First letter:

Tells you which release it came from, starting with "A" for the first of the year, "B" for the second release, etc.

First Number:

Tells you what month it was released: January, May or September.

Last two numbers:

Tells you what year it was released.

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